Knutsford degrees and programmes are well accredited, well-rounded, thorough, and rigorous. The degrees’ main objective is to produce graduates who are:
- ‘All round’ scholars particularly in their chosen field of study or specialisation to provide intellectual solutions to societal challenges.
- Skilful, competent, practical oriented, entrepreneurial, and internationally focused in their chosen field of study or specialisation toward providing technical solutions to societal problems.
- Honest, responsible, dependable and trustworthy and are committed to moral principles, professional ethics and religious values to deepen hope in society.
Knutsford continuously reviews its curricular to ensure the production of graduates who meet the demands of the continually changing needs and expectations of employers, industries, economies, nations.
Its continuous curricular review ensures the production of graduates who meet the demands of a continually changing needs and expectations of employers, industries, economies, countries and society.
A candidate admitted to a degree programme shall be required to follow the approved programme of study over the prescribed time. Any change of programme of study shall be approved by the Dean of Studies after recommendation by the appropriate Head of School or Department.
The minimum and maximum period for completing of a Bachelor’s degree programme shall be four and twelve semesters respectively from the date of first registration.
The academic year shall be any two of the under-listed semesters, structured as follows:
Fall Semester: September – December.
Winter Semester: January – April.
Summer Semester: May – August.
A semester shall be made of 16 weeks and shall be structured as follows:
13 weeks of teaching.
1 week revision.
2 weeks examination